Private Walking Tour: Explore Washington DC Neighborhoods
3 Ratings
Embark on a private walking tour of Washington DC's neighborhoods with Certified Master Guide Tony Spadafora. Explore hidden gems, historic sites, and iconic landmarks at your own pace.
Duration: 4 hours
Cancellation: 1 day learn more
  • Union Station - Washington Union Station is one of the country’s first great union railroad terminals. Designed by renowned architect, Daniel Burnham, the station opened on October 27, 1907 and was completed in April 1908.\n\nYour guide will give you a deep dive on the history behind this station, and how it contributed to DC the rest of America’s history
What's Included
  • Free navigation on your smartphone
  • App-based tour guide
Additional Information

Experience an exceptional private tour, totally at your personal pace!

Take time to visit the top attractions in Capitol Hill, on your own schedule! Your guide, Tony Spadafora, a Certified Master Guide, takes you on a journey to uncover hidden marvels among Washington’s landmarks. As an educator, scout chief, and entrepreneur, Tony has been making trips to DC unforgettable since 1983!

The adventure begins at Union Station, from where we will traverse through a few blocks of Washington, DC’s most genuine neighborhood. This area once sheltered individuals ranging from Lincoln to confederate spies in the Old Capitol Prison. We will visit a bar which the Senate decided to save and the only state embassy in Washington. We will also see the world’s biggest collection of Shakespeare’s folios. Our journey would then take us to the Supreme Court and the East Front of the Capitol. As we approach the world’s largest library, we will witness everything from intricate Italian marble carvings to the most recent technological advancement: electric light.

Union Station
Massachusetts Avenue Northeast
Please come to the entrance of Union Station, right on Massachusetts Ave and First St. NE
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

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Apr 24, 2023
Tour at your own pace and take it all in - Learned so much about DC and it’s wild history on this tour. Love that you can pause this tour and to it at your own pace. My favorite stop was the Library of Congress!
Review provided by Tripadvisor
Mar 26, 2023
Great views of DC and lots of history! - I did this tour with my family, and wow did we learn a-lot! Not only do you see the best stops of DC, but the commentary leaves you with a full historical understanding of how DC was built! You will learn and enjoy yourselves on this tour, as each location really is unique!
Review provided by Tripadvisor
Jun 23, 2024
Not for me. - A disaster. Couldn’t get guide to continue story after his two minute intro about his self. Went back into Union station and tried to start over. Same thing. Then tried to check in with virtual guide. Couldn’t connect. Tried to go manually. Still didnt connect. Found it very frustrating. Tour was to include admission to Library of Congress, which is free, anyway! I wasn’t told a reservation had to be scheduled before going to the Library of Congress, until just before finding my way to the Library. Couldn’t get in without a reserved time. I’m a senior cit so maybe that was my problem. And they kept asking to connect to my music library so I could listen to my favorite music while doing the tour, really?
Review provided by Viator
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up to 15 guests
July 2024